It’s now possible to expand your existing security set-up and find new functionality without huge expense. The Internet of Things can provide additional means of detection via remote sensors ranging from accelerometers, to GPS and reed switches. Using NBIoT or similar internet protocols, Spectur can provide custom or 3rd party sensors to add another layer of protection.
You can integrate sensors with Spectur platforms for onsite environmental monitoring of water and air quality, water levels, contamination, salinity and more. Your sensing systems could be configured to trigger an audio and visual alert to the surrounding area for safety, and/or to send an alert to head office. At all times, you can visually check changing conditions onsite via your live camera feed.
Many projects can require monitoring to comply with requirements, including construction, excavations, mining, tunnelling and demolition. Whether it’s noise, vibration, air quality or something else you need to monitor, you can incorporate the appropriate sensors via internet or app to a Spectur platform. The wireless system delivers immediate access to data and alerts, giving you greater control. These sensors can also be presented where you are through an online dashboard.
Ai and IoT integration provides a vast range of options for community safety and smart cities. Incorporate Spectur’s benefits with other “Smart City” Ai applications or sensors. Add a sensor to street-side security to be notified of higher pollutant levels. Or add smart drumlines, tagging systems, smoke or heat sensors to alert people to fire, flood or close-to-shore sharks. Our Australian-based team is here to help you craft the solution you need.
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
The STA6 is another step above, offering 4K ultralow-light imagery or long-range thermal vision as well as GPS positioning and a microphone for two-way communication in the field. Choose the STA6 Base for exceptional range with additional peripherals or the PRO for 360-degree panoramic vision. The onboard processor means that the STA6 can support both cloud and edge-based AI, further expanding your options.
The HD5 is an ultra-practical option for remote sites where multiple single cameras might be optimal. It features full-colour HD camera-based and passive infrared detection, a speaker and 50W light for onsite deterrence and warnings. It’s also ONVIF compliant, so can be integrated with other camera-based systems. This solar and battery-powered platform supports cloud-based AI, so you can choose to integrate smart city software and other options that transmit data via the cloud – all without wires.
The solution was an autonomous “lifeguard” or “ranger”, able to attract attention and tell people to get out of the water when hazards were identified by the community, smart drumlines, tagged sharks triggering seabed sensors or other inputs. The Spectur “lifeguard” involved a camera-based platform, triggered remotely via the internet and 3G/4G modem to activate high visibility warning lights and a 98dB loudhailer with a spoken warning. This solar platform was installed at multiple unpatrolled beaches to provide warnings. The councils that deploy these systems can also log in to the cameras in the platforms to observe conditions in the area at any time.
Perth Heavy Haulage